We are what we pretend to be, so we must be careful what we pretend to be, this phrase perfectly illustrates the truth in how our actions ultimately define us as human beings. Perception of reality plays an immense role in our society as a result of depending on how people perceive us, we act accordingly in order to conform. Ultimately, when interacting with others, we alter our behavioral patterns in order to mimic aforementioned group’s perception of who they are, which is often a delusion. After portraying a fictitious version of yours for a long duration of time you soon undertake the role which only shows how careful you need to be when deciding what role, you wish to impel in society. In this short lived narrative Harrison Bergeron, there is conflict between the protagonist and the societal equality actualized only through the efforts of the United States Handicapper General, Diana Moon Glampers.
Having a purpose to live with is one of the important things in life. It is significant because according to Viktor Frankl’s theory of logotherapy, he states that humans should be driven by the search of meanings. If one has a life purpose, it will motivate him or her to take actions, pursue dreams, and ultimately achieve success. Yet, there are circumstances wherein the search of meanings will disappear if an individual encounters feelings of pain, guilt, and death. These feelings will further add on to one’s suffering and impedes him or her to move on in life.
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment” (Ralph Waldo Emerson). Emerson suggests that humans are living in a world in which humanity is constantly attempting to change individuals. Society tries to change humans identities, but a human’s identity is what allows them to express themselves and distinguish themselves from others. Human nature is supposed to look, act and think differently, and, when humans are very similar it becomes difficult to interact and get along with others. A time that preserving identity becomes notably challenging is during times of crisis.
Life will always have its setbacks, but it is those unfortunate circumstances which will build up a human 's character and disposition; “What doesn 't kill you makes you stronger.” - Kelly Clarkson. Roman poet Horace wrote, “Adversity has the effect of eliciting talents which in prosperous circumstances would have lain dormant.” I completely agree with Horace’s perspective of the way people operate, adversity can be beneficial in the development of a person 's character. Difficult situations can draw out people’s hidden aptitude in which under normal situations they would have remained undercover. Life will always have its curve balls and obstacles in the way of the road ahead of you, but what develops an individual is how they push through and become a greater as a result of some sort of suffering. Let’s just say that you happen to suffer a death in the immediate family, now you can approach it many different ways.
It’s vital to understand that in all that we do, there’s a dependably a chance that we’ll come up short. Confronting that chance, and grasping it, it likewise gives us a fuller, all the more compensating life. However, they are ways to overcome fear as learned from the book. Many people experience fear of failure because they fear the unknown. Remove that fear by considering all of the potential outcomes of your decision.
The world is rapidly changing, and we need to figure out how to keep up. Exposure to issues all over the world can be helpful if it is channeled the right way. However, it is crucial that we find ways to maintain empathy and stay somewhat attached to these issues. While the images might very well be painful, the results of a society with no empathy is much worse. Repeated exposure to negative stimuli can definitely lead to lack of empathy, but only if we let
The environment in which an individual grows up in can affect life greatly. Our surroundings influence one’s personality, self-expression, and individuality, otherwise known as identity. Finding one’s true self is the most grueling stage of life and expectations of family and society make the process even harder. One’s true identity can sometimes clash with hopes of others, thus breaking tradition and/or family ties. Pressure to change will always be present, but staying true to uniqueness will prevail.
The correlation between my personality type on the Jungian Typology Scale and my human relations in my career growth. It is important because it shows areas of where I am lacking abilities and empowering my strengths. In order for to succeed this tasks of I took an array of self-assessments tests. The results were that my there is an intermingle relationship between Jungian Typology and why we act and think the way we do. It will show what tools I need to acquire and how I will be able to succeed in my personal and career goals I have for myself.
Maslow’s hierarchy of needs. This theory lies on the premise that people can rarely achieve their full potential without having met their basic needs; if the target population lacks of basic needs, any intervention that does not address this particular issue will fail. Maslow’s hierarchy of needs is based on the physiological and psychological needs. Once these needs are covered, we will be able to engage someone to change habits in order to achieve our goals. It is highly important to recognize the target population and their basic needs.
Most people believe that they have a good sense of self-awareness, but it would be best to check at a comparative scale to see where you fall on it in contrast with others. Self-awareness crates a chance for everyone to make necessary changes in his/her behaviors and beliefs. While you’re improving your self-awareness, your personal thoughts and interpretations will start to